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There is a supercharger for L28!

> Coop:
> I looked into this myself. I talked to a guy
> that works for Paxton in the Atlanta, GA
> area. He is high on the idea but no one
> makes a complete kit for doing this. It has
> been done, though, and several of the
> supercharger outfits will be willing to
> advise you on how to go about it
> - no liability if it blows up on
> you though.
> A supercharger has two disadvantages
> compared to the Turbo.
> 1) It generally is only good for about 7 psi
> boost so you'll only get about a 40% HP
> increase and
> 2) It is powered all the time so you lose
> gas mileage - not much - only 1-2 mpg - but
> you still lose it.
> The advantages the supercharger has over the
> turbocharger are:
> 1) No spool up time so the response is
> instant,
> 2) It is a torque generating monster
> 3) It doesn't have to deal with exhaust air
> heat.

> I finally got tired of trying to decide
> which way to go so I'm going to opt for an
> aluminum block V-8.
> Good luck,
> Phantom
JCR (Jim Cook Racing) offers a supercharger for L-series engines. It is in their catolog and it is a roots-type blower that looks like it's a Whipplecharger type, not like the Paxton or Vortech type. I don't have a price but it uses a holly pro-jection to supply fuel/air mixture (pro-jection, $$$$$$). It looks very simple to install. Contact JCR at 1-800-JCR-1440
 
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